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I choose to be a tough-minded optimist

My mind is flexible.

Whatever my mental habits may be today, I am capable of constructing new ones in their place.

My beliefs are not set in stone.

There is no aspect of my worldview that cannot be questioned, challenged, refined, and revised.

Like the computers which are modeled after my brain, my neurolingustic patterns can be reprogrammed.

Whatever I have learned, I can unlearn.

Whatever I have not been taught, I can research and discover.

I am in control of what I know, therefore I am in control of what I think. I am in control of what I think, therefore I am in control of how I process my experiences. I am in control of how I process my experiences, therefore I am in control of how I feel.

The belief that I am a victim of external forces does not serve me. It doesn’t make me happier and it doesn’t make me more empowered to create what I love. I reject this belief as a thought-virus planted into my mind by the mass consciousness. I cure my consciousness of this virus by repudiating the notion that I am subject to any power other than that which lies at the center of my own being.

I choose to be an individual. I choose to select my thoughts for myself rather than merely believing what I’ve been taught to believe.

I choose to be a master mind.

I choose to be a tough-minded optimist.

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